This month features a striking operatic debut, the latest pianistic fireworks from Aussie-born barrister Paul Wee, plus outstanding new releases from Krystian Zimerman and Hilary Hahn.
This month features orchestral music by Dvořák, Weill and Vaughan Williams, plus a Hollywood epic and intriguing recitals from Igor Levit and Víkingur Ólafsson.
From premieres by Carl Vine and Thomas de Hartmann to Catalani’s La Wally and Jakub Józef Orliński’s Polish songs, it's a month of revelation and discovery with these new classical albums.
Vaughan Williams’ 150th tops and tails this month’s new classical albums, plus the latest from the Danish String Quartet, a classic Bryn Terfel recital and a heartfelt new Traviata.
Shostakovich’s jazzy side leads the field, with ear-ravishing Ravel, Carl Vine’s piano sonatas and Matthias Goerne’s collaboration with Daniil Trifonov in hot pursuit.
This month, we lead with gripping string quartets from the greatest composer nobody knew for years, plus a century of outstanding music by women, both home and away.
The piano leads the field with front runners Mitsuko Uchida and Leif Ove Andsnes, but first an auspicious start to a brand new Mahler cycle.
The big guns are out this month with box sets from Decca and DG, but other labels have plenty on offer, including an outstanding vocal recital from Nicky Spence.
This month’s musical journey takes us from the choir stalls of Westminster Abbey to an eerily haunted music hall and winds up with a legendary blast from the past.
An eclectic month kicks off in Hollywood style with John Williams in Berlin, delivers a trio of early music gems, and ends with a ‘très jolie’ romp from the Opéra Comique.
With two Recordings of the Month, a trio of American rediscoveries, operatic delights galore and the latest from the Kanneh-Masons, it’s a red-letter month on disc.
From Igor Levit to Stephen Hough the piano takes centre stage this month, but there are vocal pleasures too with Respighi songs and Christian Gerhaher’s complete Schumann.
Blockbusters from Kaufmann and the Dude lead a stellar pack, but an exceptional month throws up plenty of other treasure, plus a remarkable Aussie debut.